Changing Places LatAm: Jesus Cedeño, David Jones, Andrew Bennett, Yannick Bolloré, Conor Brady…

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.

Jesus Cedeño - Wikot ::: Camilo Iturra - Wikot ::: David Jones - Havas ::: Yannick Bolloré - Havas ::: Andrew Bennett - Havas ::: Yvette McKenzie - ScanSource ::: Conor Brady and Chris Hayes - Critical Mass:::

Wikot made changes to its structure. Jesus Cedeño was promoted to Global CEO and Camilo Iturra will be in charge of Wikot Labs ,which will be responsible for  developing technology for the group.

David Jones, the British-born chief executive of Havas and the chief executive of Havas Worldwide, is stepping down from both roles. Jones is being replaced by Yannick Bolloré, the son of Havas’ main shareholder, Vincent Bolloré, in the former role. Jones’ responsibilities for running the Havas Worldwide network will be assumed by Andrew Bennett, the co-president of Havas Worldwide. Bennett will report to Bolloré. Jones is leaving to become a co-founder and chief executive of a new tech start-up.

Jones has worked at Havas since 1998, when he was appointed the chief executive of Euro RSCG Australia. He also held senior leadership roles at Euro RSCG in New York before taking charge of the network.

He was made chief executive of Havas Worldwide in 2009 and, in 2011, expanded his role to encompass the entire Havas network, which includes Havas Media.

Critical Mass, a global digital agency, is bolstering its global network with the addition of two new executive leaders and merging its London-based operations with digital creative pioneer Agency Republic.

Conor Brady and Chris Hayes join from Brooklyn-based Huge as CCO and CMO respectively. Both roles are new for the agency, and both executives will report directly to CEO Dianne Wilkins.

The  international value-added distributor of specialty technology products ScanSource has named Yvette McKenzie President of ScanSource Latin America and Mexico The  international value-added distributor of specialty technology products ScanSource has named Yvette McKenzie President of ScanSource Latin America and Mexico.


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